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A comprehensive treatment of ultrafast optics This book fills the need for a thorough and detailed account ofultrafast optics. Written by one of the most preeminent researchersin the field, it sheds new light on technology that has already hada revolutionary impact on precision frequency metrology, high-speedelectrical testing, biomedical imaging, and in revealing theinitial steps in chemical reactions. Ultrafast Optics begins with a summary of ultrashortlaser pulses and their practical applications in a range ofreal-world settings. Next, it reviews important backgroundmaterial, including an…mehr

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A comprehensive treatment of ultrafast optics This book fills the need for a thorough and detailed account ofultrafast optics. Written by one of the most preeminent researchersin the field, it sheds new light on technology that has already hada revolutionary impact on precision frequency metrology, high-speedelectrical testing, biomedical imaging, and in revealing theinitial steps in chemical reactions. Ultrafast Optics begins with a summary of ultrashortlaser pulses and their practical applications in a range ofreal-world settings. Next, it reviews important backgroundmaterial, including an introduction to Fourier series and Fouriertransforms, and goes on to cover: * Principles of mode-locking * Ultrafast pulse measurement methods * Dispersion and dispersion compensation * Ultrafast nonlinear optics: second order * Ultrafast nonlinear optics: third order * Mode-locking: selected advanced topics * Manipulation of ultrashort pulses * Ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy * Terahertz time-domain electromagnetics Professor Weiner's expertise and cutting-edge research result ina book that is destined to become a seminal text for engineers,researchers, and graduate students alike.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 598
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28. Mai 2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470473450
  • Artikelnr.: 37292784
Autorenporträt
Andrew M. Weiner is the Scifres Family Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. Professor Weiner is the coeditor of two conference proceedings and has published six book chapters, over 200 journal articles, and over 350 conference papers. His research focuses on ultrafast optical signal processing, high-speed optical communications, and ultrabroadband radio-frequency photonics. He is especially well known for pioneering the field of femtosecond pulse shaping, for which he has received numerous awards.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface. 1 Introduction and Review. 1.1 Introduction to Ultrashort Laser Pulses. 1.2 Brief Review of Electromagnetics. 1.3 Review of Laser Essentials. 1.4 Introduction to Ultrashort Pulse Generation Through Mode
Locking. 1.5 Fourier Series and Fourier Transforms. 2 Principles of Mode
Locking. 2.1 Processes Involved in Mode
Locking. 2.2 Active Mode
Locking. 2.3 Passive Mode
Locking Using Saturable Absorbers. 2.4 Solid
State Laser Mode
Locking Using the Optical Kerr Effect. 3 Ultrafast
pulse Measurement Methods. 3.1 Terminology and Definitions. 3.2 Electric Field Autocorrelation Measurements and the Power Spectrum. 3.3 Electric Field Cross
Correlation Measurements and Spectral Interferometry. 3.4 Intensity Correlation Measurements. 3.5 Chirped Pulses and Measurements in the Time
Frequency Domain. 3.6 Frequency
Resolved Optical Gating. 3.7 Pulse Measurements Based on Frequency Filtering. 3.8 Self
Referencing Interferometry. 3.9 Characterization of Noise and Jitter. 4 Dispersion and Dispersion Compensation. 4.1 Group Velocity Dispersion. 4.2 Temporal Dispersion Based on Angular Dispersion. 4.3 Dispersion of Grating Pairs. 4.4 Dispersion of Prism Pairs. 4.5 Dispersive Properties of Lenses. 4.6 Dispersion of Mirror Structures. 4.7 Measurements of Group Velocity Dispersion. 4.8 Appendix. 5 Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics: Second Order. 5.1 Introduction to Nonlinear Optics. 5.2 The Forced Wave Equation. 5.3 Summary of Continuous
Wave Second
Harmonic Generation. 5.4 Second
Harmonic Generation with Pulses. 5.5 Three
Wave Interactions. 5.6 Appendix. 6 Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics: Third Order. 6.1 Propagation Equation for Nonlinear Refractive Index Media. 6.2 The Nonlinear Schr¿odinger Equation. 6.3 Self
Phase Modulation. 6.3.1 Dispersionless Self
Phase Modulation. 6.4 Pulse Compression. 6.5 Modulational Instability. 6.6 Solitons. 6.7 Higher
Order Propagation Effects. 6.8 Continuum Generation. 7 Mode
Locking: Selected Advanced Topics. 7.1 Soliton Fiber Lasers: Artificial Fast Saturable Absorbers. 7.2 Soliton Mode
Locking: Active Modulation and Slow Saturable Absorbers. 7.3 Stretched Pulse Mode
Locking. 7.4 Mode
Locked Lasers in the Few
Cycle Regime. 7.5 Mode
Locked Frequency Combs. 8 Manipulation of Ultrashort Pulses. 8.1 Fourier Transform Pulse Shaping,. 8.2 Other Pulse
Shaping Techniques. 8.3 Chirp Processing and Time Lenses. 8.4 Ultrashort
Pulse Amplification. 8.5 Appendix. 9 Ultrafast Time
Resolved Spectroscopy. 9.1 Introduction to Ultrafast Spectroscopy. 9.2 Degenerate Pump
Probe Transmission Measurements. 9.3 Nondegenerate and Spectrally Resolved Pump
Probe: Case Studies. 9.4 Basic Quantum Mechanics for Coherent Short
Pulse Spectroscopies. 9.5 Wave Packets. 9.6 Dephasing Phenomena. 9.7 Impulsive Stimulated Raman Scattering. 10 Terahertz Time
Domain Electromagnetics. 10.1 Ultrafast Electromagnetics: Transmission Lines. 10.2 Ultrafast Electromagnetics: Terahertz Beams. References. Index.